Leaky Bitch Mix:
LBM Solution is formulated to maintain and support:
LBM Solution is a liquid supplement containing pure tinctures of herbs such as vitex agnus castus and horsetail and was formulated for Hilary Self's own Doberman bitch's needs. Some breeds are more prone to this problem and please note, this supplement does not contain any hormones.
1:3 Tinctures of:
Vitex agnus castus
If you have any concerns about your animal's health please contact your vet immediately. If you have any queries about using this product, or if your animal is pregnant, please contact our Helpline 0800 052 3672 (Freephone) or email email@example.com
You can feed foods rich in phyto-estrogens to help your spayed bitch. Phyto-estrogens mimic the action of the hormone 'oestrogen' in the body and trick it into thinking there are more circulating oestrogens in the system. Some foods are particularly rich in phyto-estrogens and can be cooked and given such as Soya, Oats, Oatmeal, Linseed and Fenugreek.
These foods are also great for people as well, particularly post menopausal women whose natural circulating oestrogens decline after the menopause.
My nine year old cocker spaniel has suffered spay incontinence her whole life, ranging from a few drops to her whole back end soaked and a puddle where she laid. I've tried every herbal solution I could find with little success, wanting to steer clear of pharmaceutical options if possible. This product was my last hope before I headed to the vets with her. This product has been a miracle solution! Within a couple of days of starting she has been bone dry for the first time in her life. I am not exaggerating, not a drip. It truly has solved a nine year problem and she is so much happier and more comfortable for it. I am truly grateful for this product and urge anyone with similar problems with their girls to try it.
- Danni Sims, 12/12/2018
My lovely greyhound started having the odd mishap in her sleep, she was checked by the vet but there was nothing wrong as such, they suggested surgery to 'tighten' her up which seemed a little drastic to me. The mishaps got more frequent and I asked other greyhound owners and they suggested I try this and we haven't looked back, no more mishaps and no problem with her taking it with her food ... and no need for surgery
- Rachel Brailsford , 06/12/2017
Bess, my 3 y.o. trailhound has sufferered from post-spay incontinence since I had her at 15 mths. She was prescribed propalin which works very well but I'd prefer to use a natural product if it is as effective; I'm also quite scared about using propalin for ever in case it stops working. I was quite sceptical about LBM because I have tried another herbal product which did nothing but a friend with a leaky husky recommended it. So far I have managed to reduce her dose of propalin by a half with no leaking so I'm very pleased. I intend trying to reduce the propalin dose further but want to take things very slowly. You're welcome to copy this onto your website. Now I've ordered the calming mix for my neurotic border collie: I really hope that works as he nearly jumped out of an upstairs window the other day when he heard a bang. I think I was as frightened as him!
- Sarah Layzell, 26/09/2018